Buzz·Updated on Jun 8, 2020. Posted on Jan 20, 2015How Well Do You Actually Know The Bible?Blessed is the person who does well on this quiz.by Jon-Michael PoffBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Getty Images / iStockphoto / almir1968 Getty Images / iStockphoto / kevron2001 90 in the Catholic Bible; 92 in the Protestant Bible Correct Incorrect 90 in the Catholic Bible; 92 in the Protestant Bible 73 in the Catholic Bible; 66 in the Protestant Bible Correct Incorrect 73 in the Catholic Bible; 66 in the Protestant Bible 34 in the Catholic Bible; 40 in the Protestant Bible Correct Incorrect 34 in the Catholic Bible; 40 in the Protestant Bible 54 in both the Catholic and Protestant Bibles Correct Incorrect 54 in both the Catholic and Protestant Bibles Correct! Wrong! The Catholic Bible comprises 73 books, while the Protestant Bible comprises 66. The New Testament of both the Catholic and Protestant Bibles includes the same 27 books. However, the Old Testament of the Catholic Bible includes seven deuterocanonical books not found in the Old Testament of the Protestant Bible. Getty Images / iStockphoto / Jupiterimages “God works in mysterious ways.” Correct Incorrect “God works in mysterious ways.” “Money is the root of all evil.” Correct Incorrect “Money is the root of all evil.” “I can do everything through him who gives me strength.” Correct Incorrect “I can do everything through him who gives me strength.” “God helps those who help themselves.” Correct Incorrect “God helps those who help themselves.” Correct! Wrong! Only “I can do everything through him who gives me strength" is actually found in the Bible. It's found in the fourth chapter of Philippians. “God works in mysterious ways" has its roots in a 19th-century hymn by William Cowper, and “God helps those who help themselves" were the words of Benjamin Franklin, not a Biblical patriarch. As for the evilness of money, the Bible actually says, "For the love of money is the root of all evil." Vatican Museums One week Correct Incorrect One week Seven hours Correct Incorrect Seven hours Six days Correct Incorrect Six days 1,000 years Correct Incorrect 1,000 years Correct! Wrong! God spent six days creating the heavens and the earth. According to Genesis 2, "By the seventh day, God had finished his work. On the seventh day, he rested from all his work." Peter Paul Rubens / Rubenshuis The dust of the earth Correct Incorrect The dust of the earth Adam’s rib Correct Incorrect Adam’s rib An apple Correct Incorrect An apple The Bible doesn’t say Correct Incorrect The Bible doesn’t say Correct! Wrong! God created Eve from one of Adam's ribs. After putting Adam into a deep sleep, God "removed one of his ribs and replaced it with flesh. God then used the rib that he had taken from the Man to make Woman." However, contrary to popular belief, men and women have the same number of ribs. Jan Brueghel I / Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza An apple Correct Incorrect An apple A snake Correct Incorrect A snake A fig Correct Incorrect A fig A piece of fruit Correct Incorrect A piece of fruit Correct! Wrong! They ate a piece of fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Genesis 3 does not specify what kind of fruit Adam and Eve ate, though it is commonly depicted as being an apple. Bonaventura Peeters I / Private Collection 2 Correct Incorrect 2 4 Correct Incorrect 4 14 Correct Incorrect 14 Depended on the kind of animal Correct Incorrect Depended on the kind of animal Correct! Wrong! But the Bible's not exactly clear. In Genesis 6, God tells Noah to bring "two of all living creatures" onto the ark, but in the very next chapter, God directs him to bring aboard "seven pairs of every kind of clean animal," "one pair of every kind of unclean animal," and "seven pairs of every kind of bird." Getty Images / iStockphoto / sedmak His hair Correct Incorrect His hair His sandals Correct Incorrect His sandals His eyes Correct Incorrect His eyes His faith Correct Incorrect His faith Correct! Wrong! Samson's strength came from his hair. After Samson revealed the source of his strength to Delilah, she cut his hair while he was sleeping, leading to his eventual enslavement. Caravaggio / Kunsthistorisches Museum With a spear Correct Incorrect With a spear With a sling Correct Incorrect With a sling With a bow and arrow Correct Incorrect With a bow and arrow With his bare hands Correct Incorrect With his bare hands Correct! Wrong! David killed Goliath with a sling. The Bible says Goliath was around 9 feet 9 inches tall. After the fight, David cut off the giant's head. Getty Images / iStockphoto / johnnorth A sea monster Correct Incorrect A sea monster A shark Correct Incorrect A shark A whale Correct Incorrect A whale A large fish Correct Incorrect A large fish Correct! Wrong! Jonah was swallowed by a large fish. ...in whose belly he spent three days and night. The Book of Jonah does not say exactly what kind of fish it was. J. M. W. Turner / Indianapolis Museum of Art Darkness Correct Incorrect Darkness Flooding Correct Incorrect Flooding Frogs Correct Incorrect Frogs Lice Correct Incorrect Lice Correct! Wrong! Flooding was not one of the plagues of Egypt. The 10 plagues were 1) water turned into blood, 2) frogs, 3) lice, 4) flies, 5) diseased livestock, 6) boils, 7) hailstorms, 8) locusts, 9) darkness, and 10) the death of firstborn children. Frédéric Schopin / Bristol Museum & Art Galley The Mediterranean Sea Correct Incorrect The Mediterranean Sea The Black Sea Correct Incorrect The Black Sea The Red Sea Correct Incorrect The Red Sea The Persian Gulf Correct Incorrect The Persian Gulf Correct! Wrong! God parted the Red Sea during the Israelites' exodus from Egypt. According to Exodus 14, God "made the sea into dry land" for the Israelites, but when the Egyptian forces pursued them, the "waters returned and covered the chariots." Rembrandt / Gemäldegalerie Thou shalt pray unto me as a child unto his Father. Correct Incorrect Thou shalt pray unto me as a child unto his Father. Thou shalt have no other gods before me. Correct Incorrect Thou shalt have no other gods before me. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. Correct Incorrect Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. Thou shalt not commit adultery. Correct Incorrect Thou shalt not commit adultery. Correct! Wrong! "Thou shalt pray..." is not one of the Ten Commandments. God gave the Israelites the Ten Commandments after their exodus from Egypt. Getty Images / iStockphoto / sedmak Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy Correct Incorrect Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians & Colossians Correct Incorrect Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians & Colossians Matthew, Mark, Luke & John comprise the Gospels. Correct Incorrect Matthew, Mark, Luke & John comprise the Gospels. John 1, John 2 & John 3 Correct Incorrect John 1, John 2 & John 3 Correct! Wrong! Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John . These books, which begin the New Testament, offer unique perspectives on Jesus' life and death. Getty Images / iStockphoto / jozef sedmak 3 Correct Incorrect 3 5 Correct Incorrect 5 12 Correct Incorrect 12 The Bible doesn't say Correct Incorrect The Bible doesn't say Correct! Wrong! The number is unknown. Though the Christmas carol “We Three Kings” leads you to think otherwise, the Bible actually makes no mention of the number of wise men who visited Jesus. The “Magi from the East” did, however, bring him three gifts: gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli / The Royal Academy of Arts 10 Correct Incorrect 10 11 Correct Incorrect 11 12 Correct Incorrect 12 Different books give different numbers Correct Incorrect Different books give different numbers Correct! Wrong! Jesus had 12 apostles. Of his many followers, Jesus designated 12 as apostles: Simon (Peter), his brother Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James son of Alphaeus, Simon (the Zealot), Judas son of James, and Judas Iscariot. Caravaggio / National Gallery of Ireland Peter Correct Incorrect Peter Judas Correct Incorrect Judas Simon Correct Incorrect Simon Paul Correct Incorrect Paul Correct! Wrong! Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss. With the kiss, he identified Jesus to the soldiers so that they could arrest him. Shortly after, Peter denied knowing Jesus. Getty Images / iStockphoto / Ig0rZh Deuteronomy Correct Incorrect Deuteronomy 3 John Correct Incorrect 3 John Revelation Correct Incorrect Revelation Amos Correct Incorrect Amos Correct! Wrong! Revelation is the final book of the Bible. The book, filled with apocalyptic allegories, deals with the end of the world.